Cedrick Wilson Jr., a wide receiver with the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League, was born on November 20, 1995.
When he was a student-athlete, he attended Boise State University, where his football career took place. As a quarterback for his high school team, he was named to the first team of the 6A All-State team and the second team of the 16AAA All-District.
the Class 6A playoffs, in which he played a key role. Wilson graduated from Memphis, Tennessee’s White Station High School with a diploma in 1989.
He was a football player at Boise State University and Coffeyville Community College, both in Idaho. This year, he has the second-most receptions and receiving yards in school history, both records he set this year.
as well as the fourth-most touchdowns scored. On 18 kickoff returns against Utah State, he threw for 61-yard touchdowns.
For the first time in his college career, he was named MVP of the Las Vegas Bowl despite suffering an ankle injury during the regular season.
At 208th overall, the Dallas Cowboys selected wide receiver Cedrick Wilson. To get his active-inactive total of six games and five receptions for 46 yards, he played in six and sat out six more.
As a receiver, Cedrick caught 17 receptions for 189 yards, with two touchdowns and two interceptions, during the 2020 season.
How Much Does Cedrick Wilson Jr. Make?
Wilson will get a base salary of $4,000,000, a signing bonus of $2,750,000, and a roster bonus of $1,000,000. In addition, Wilson will have a cap hit of $5,916,666 and a dead cap value of $12,750,000.